Some articles on equivalent:
... Campioni achieved flag rank in 1932, being promoted to contrammiraglio (equivalent to commodore) and was promoted again to ammiraglio di divisione (equivalent to rear admiral) in 1934 ... Campioni was promoted to ammiraglio di squadra (equivalent to vice admiral) in 1936 and in 1938 he assumed the post of Deputy Chief of Staff of the Navy ...
... Equivalent weight (also known as gram equivalent) is a term which has been used in several contexts in chemistry ... In its most general usage, it is the mass of one equivalent, that is the mass of a given substance which will supply or react with one mole of hydrogen cations H+ in an acid–base ... Equivalent weight has the dimensions and units of mass, unlike atomic weight, which is dimensionless ...
... Commitment companies can also demonstrate early action through an 'equivalent mark' Carbon Trust Equivalent Scheme Document ...
... Here are the (approximately) equivalent sounds using familiar English words and the IPA Spelling Sound (IPA) English equivalent a aː ~ a like the "a" in father c tʃ ~ ts ... sequences, whose spellings match their phonetic makeup Spelling Sound (IPA) English equivalent eu iʊ similar to the exclamation "ew!" ...
... Nowadays used as an equivalent for Mister, with Nang Sao (นางสาว) the equivalent of Miss and Nang (นาง) the equivalent of Mrs ...
More definitions of "equivalent":
- (adj): Being essentially equal to something.
Example: "A wish that was equivalent to a command"
Famous quotes containing the word equivalent:
“The notion that one will not survive a particular catastrophe is, in general terms, a comfort since it is equivalent to abolishing the catastrophe.”
—Iris Murdoch (b. 1919)
“But then people dont read literature in order to understand; they read it because they want to re-live the feelings and sensations which they found exciting in the past. Art can be a lot of things; but in actual practice, most of it is merely the mental equivalent of alcohol and cantharides.”
—Aldous Huxley (18941963)
“I started off rapping for people just like myself, people who were in awe of wealth and flash. It was a conversation between me and them. But now most of those who buy my records are listening in on others conversation. They are the aural equivalent of voyeurs, thrilled at this crazy world that has nothing to do with their experience.”
—Ice-T [Tracy Marrow], U.S. rap musician. Observer (London, Oct. 27, 1991)